Ready or not, graduation is just around the corner! From now until the Big Day, the Office of Alumni Relations in coordination with the Commencement Committee will provide you with reminders and tips for graduation. Please be sure to read your email and remind your friends to do so as well.
NEW: Wittenberg Stadium Blankets are available for purchase, great for keeping you warm either on Commencement Day in the Hollow or when you return to campus to cheer the Tigers on to victory in the future. Click here to order your Stadium Blanket
Check your campus mailbox for the Commencement Information Booklet. If you are like the many seniors who only check their campus box once a semester, it is time to make your way to the student center. The Commencement booklet will tell you the dates of graduation, when to pick up tickets and all other important information that your parents have not stopped asking you about since September.
Commencement Breakfast: In keeping with a favorite tradition, a Commencement Breakfast may be offered on Saturday, May 13.
Don’t forget to give to Senior Circle!
New Rain Site Ticket Procedures To Be Announced Soon!
The bell in the cupola of Myers Hall will ring at 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. to indicate that commencement will be held OUTSIDE. Please listen closely for the bell...it only rings for three occasions; commencement, the inauguration of a new president, and W day. Yes, the Bell Tells All!
Should commencement be held inside due to inclement weather conditions and you don't have enough tickets for all of your guests, the ceremony will be held in its entirety on closed-circuit television in Hollenbeck Hall, located across from the HPERC.
- Visit the 2017 Commencement website for the most recent information.
- Watch for the weekly emails that we are releasing until May 13, 2017.
- Stay connected with the Wittenberg University Parents Facebook group.
- Be on the lookout for fun Wittenberg traditions. Like this one...
If you plan on purchasing or have purchased tickets for the commencement breakfast or Mortar Board flowers; pick-up is in the Benham-Pence Student Center at the Student Information Desk.
Parking will be available at the following locations:
- Handicap access only behind Recitation and Carnegie (by way of the Plum Street entrance, E. and W. Campus Drive will be closed)
- Student Center
- Krieg Lot
Access to Commencement Hollow will be restricted until 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 13. Guests must be seated by 11 a.m.
If graduation is held in the HPER center, the doors will open at 9 a.m. Special seating has been arranged for the physically disabled at the indoor and outdoor locations.
*Umbrellas are not permitted in Commencement Hollow as they block the view of others.